In dental treatments, the materials your dentist uses are almost as important as their professional skills and knowledge. The quality of the materials and instruments you use not only affects the way you work and the time you use, but, above all, the end result in your mouth.
Although they are more expensive, it requires that your dentist works with materials from certified providers and that they have passed quality control processes. In general, and with few exceptions, it is suspicious of material and instruments imported from dubious countries, because they often do not meet these requirements.
Good materials allow much more precise work, make complications less frequent and allow much more aesthetic and long-lasting results than those made with poor materials and instruments.
The quality of dental instruments
Just as a professional photographer can be solvent with a very cheap camera, but it will not do its best if it does not have good equipment, it is crucial that a dentist in Delhi always have good quality rotary instruments on hand.
Without it, you will not be able to work in comfort or offer the same security guarantees. Defective burs, as skilled as the dentist in Vikaspuri is, make accidents in the mouth of their patients more frequent.
It is also very important that the material that is not connected to the electrical current (the spatula, the plastic instruments, the spoons …) is good, that it avoids as much as possible corrosion or splitting.
Good materials for fillings
Composite is the most widely used material for making fillings. It is a synthetic resin in the natural colour of the tooth. It allows to work with cleanliness and security and is easy to mold. This allows much more functional and aesthetic finishes to be achieved.
When a filling is made with a poor-quality composite or adhesive, its adherence is to the tooth is worse and the filling may fall, compromising the restoration of the piece in the long term. If the dentist‘s technique is good and he works with a quality composite, it is very rare for the filling to come off the piece.
The quality of the arch and bracket materials directly influences the duration of an orthodontic treatment. A good-quality steel appliance reduces friction caused by tooth displacement, making the treatment less painful.
Good quality braces also hardly wear your enamel, and with them you avoid other possible complications of low-quality orthodontics, such as microfractures, plaque accumulation around the device and even cavities.
Titanium for the best implants
Although other metals are also beginning to be used, biocompatible titanium implants are by far the most common in dental implant. In recent years, zirconium implants, a ceramic material with some of the properties of titanium, have also been used, which does not cause reactions in people with a metal allergy.
Poor quality titanium for dental implants makes it more difficult to integrate into the bone, fractures of the jaw, or infections in the tissues surrounding the implant: the so-called peri-implantitis, which can even cause rejection of the implant.
The difference between prosthetics
Prosthetics on implants are made with resin or porcelain. Although the technique of the dental technician also greatly influences, there is a direct relationship between the quality of the materials and the aesthetic results and, above all, the durability that is achieved in a dental prosthesis. A crown made of a low-end material withstands much worse over time than a crown made of resin or porcelain guarantees.